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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

'BSt'EECOLONIALtJSIGKET MA.T0E. New South WaiiEB y. Victoria. ' i Oa the firBt day, Monday, December 27tn, the prospect8i|^i ilie match were evidently all in favour of the bowlere,~for the showery weather *f5fehV3ias,1ate1y. prevailed in Melbourne had siSdeneH Jhe ; ground,' aha the wickets were very^ sjiew* ThVaiope8'b£the tiowlers must liaveibeen increased- also ^by. ihe :det«3niaation-'-jf '-the- c^ptaibs— Boyle ior TOctpria and. Coatee foi Ne^r South Wales — to nlav thermatch on -one -wicket pjnly, instead of Jiaving 4-iresh wicket for Well innings, ps has been usual in late years. Coates, haying M'oh the toss, :took advantage of the state' of the Aground, arid seDt liis adversaries to the wickets. The. field was disposed of as follows : — Spoffiorth, bowler; Thompson, wicket-keeper; Tooher, long-stop; Murdoch, long-Blip; Coates, third man ; Evans, point; Bannennan, cover (and lbng-leg) ; D. Gregory, mid-wicket off ; E. Gregory, jnid-on; Tindall, short-leg ; and Powell, long-leg...

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THE MODEL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

?J. Tjafi:M-^^|p^ * Ifcere live i .a cet^vSiaapM yore ^ rtafler no ;Vets ; lie playM'w) gaiwe ; ' Ipoh^jaH^'biMcn -were Jhe same. ? '??'?? - .Bui really was a inoBelinan. * . '-'! It jSvasiiis flbminon practice,, too, r . i 'WlfeiatffoWenSding iniheilieet,' * To say politely, ' How de do ? ' To eyery-fioulfii? danced .to meet. . _ ;Tp rich andjjoor, to;yqung .and ^i Such, was his custom,! am told ; And as these did his features scan, -They'd say, 'OliJwHa'to model niau J ' ?? ? He-always woke before he rose, And always yawn'd. before he woke ; BeBideB all this, as I suppose, He always thought before lie spoke. ~ ? He neyerrush'd to catch a train, But walk'd serenely, through the rain ; For 'twas his ever constant plan To seem to be a model man. He made such progress, as I've said, '.\ Pursuing still these worthy ends, - He g-ct at last some miles ahead Of all Uis more unworthy friends. The moral of this etory see : Don't try a paragon to be ; 1 Become as virtuous as you can, But pra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

WANTED, A MAN, or STRONG LAD, to Work in the Garden and make himself gene rally useful. Apply at the Bank of New South Wales. WANTED, A SMART, ACTIVE LAD. One willing to become an Apprentice to the Printing Business preferred. Apply at the Office of this Paper. To Splitters & Fencers. WANTED, ON THE RAILWAY between YASS and COOTAMUNDRA,— 50 MILES of ONE-RAIL FENCING ; POSTS, 6 x 2i inches, and 6 feet 6 inches long ; RAILS, 6 x 2 'inches, and not more than 10 feet long. PRICE, SIXTY POUNDS (£60) PER MILE. Will be let in Sections of not less than One Mile. Apply on the Works, or at the Office at Bowning. A. & R. AMOS, Contractors. WANTED, A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to MRS. J. ROW, Brial-street. &* ST. PATRICK'S New Catholic Church, S'O'IEMRO'W.A-. A SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR, in aid of the A- St. Patrick's Church Building Fund, will be held in FEBRUARY Next. The co-operation of the Ladies who so ener getically worked for the late Bazaar is respectfully solicited. Dona...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE YOUNG. On Wednesday, February 2nd. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

AT THE POLICE OFFICE. YOUNG. Onffiefnesday, February 2nd. *~ CODNTBY LOTS. Lot A, portion- §1, 70 acres, in the county of Monteag-le, parish of Dananbilla, adjoining the northern andwestern boundaries of W.' J. Grounds' conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 58. Lot B, portion 0, 28 acres 3 roods 12 perches ; Lot C, portion 76, 48 acres 3 roods ;— both in the county of Mppteagle, parish of Dananbilla, ad joining the northern and eastern boundaries respectively of D. --Leary's conditional purchase of 80 awes, No. 68. Lot D, portion 85, 103 acres 3 roods, in the county of Monteagle, parish of Wambanumba, adjoining the southern boundary of J. Pring's sondUional purchase of 5J7O acres, No, 84. Upset price, £1 per acre. A WoNDEHFPii Clock. — A marvellous piece of mechanism in the way of clocks has just been exhibited in Paris. It is an eight-day instru ment, with dead beat escapement maintaining power. It chimes the quarters, plays sixteen tunes, plays three tunes every twelve hours, or w...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BURROWA, On Friday, February 4th. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

CEOWN LAND SALES. At the police office, burrowa, On Friday, February iliu COCNTBY LOTS. Lot A, portion 87, 54 acres 3 roods ; Lot B, portion 88, 43 acres 3 roods ; — both in the county of Harden, parish of Harden, on the southern side of the road from Murruniburrah to Binalong, adjoining- and near the eastern boundary of A. Murray's conditional purchase of 40 acres, No. 25. Lot C, portion 137, 82 acres, in the county of Harden, parish of Galong, on the road from Binalong' to Kalangan, adjoining the southern boundary of B. J. Donegan's conditional purchase of 320 acres, No. 136. ' Lot D, portion 146, 114 acres 1 rood ; Lot E, portion 147, 40 acres ; Lot F, portion 148, 60 acres 1 rood ;— all in the county of Harden, parish of Galong, on the northern side of the road from Cumbamurra to Binalong, adjoining and near the southern boundary of J. Thompson's conditional purchase of 320 acres, No. 145. Lot G, portion 100, 40 acres ; Lot H, portion 101, 42 acres 1 rood ; — both in the county ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

SATURDAY, JANUABY 8th, 1876.

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOOTH WALES v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. New South Wales v. Victoria. Owisa to the inclemency of the weather on iues day, the match could not be proceeded with, and the two captains'agreed to an adjournment until noon to-day. The wicket was, however, carefully guarded by means of a tarpaulin stretched over it 4 and when play was resumed thiB morning, the turf was found to be in tolerably good condition, although, of course, somewhat dead. When play was finished on Monday. Banuennan had made 43, not out, and Powell had not commenced scor ing. The bowling was opened by Cosstick and Allan, feut the former did not como off, and he was soon relieved by Horan. The two batsmen continued to score steadily, and Cosstick then relieved Allan. This change was of no avail, runs coming rapidly, and Allan again went on. Powell, having placed 29 to his credit, played back to one of Allan's balls, and hit his wicket. Murdoch took his place, but only scored 6, when he was caught by Kelly at point off Allan's bow...

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Latest Intelligence. SYDNEY —JANUARY 3, 9.40 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

latest $«tellijaiee. (From Messrs. Gordon akd Gotcu.) [BY . ELECTRIC TELECRiSH.] SYDNEY -January 3, 940 a.m. She race for TattersaU's Cup, run 011 New Year's Day, resulted as follows : — Viva, 1 ; Duke, 2 ; Wrangler, 3. The Victorian Champion Eace was won by Richmond, Goldsbrongh being second, and Maid-of-All-V/ork third. Time, 5-35. January 7, 6-47 p.m. The actual revenue for the past year is eighty thousand pounds (£80,000; In excess of'the amount anticipated by Mr. Eobertson in his recent Financial Statement, and brings the estimated surplus at the end of 1875 up to one million and a half (£1,500,000). The Californiau Mail-steamer Mikado arrived here yesternight. The Pacific Mail Company's steamer City %i San Francisco also arrived here yesterday evening. A new rusli has been discovered 30 miles from Boycetown, on the Palmer Biver. The ground is reported to be exceedingly rich. The Intercolonial Cricket team arrived here yesternight, and are to be entertained at a public banquet ...

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CRICKET.—GOULBURN V. BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

iCRIGKET.— 43ODJ-BURN V. BURROWA. OK* i-f thjjbest conteitea matches of the season waspTayea--n the Victoria Becreation Ground on Saturday last, between the Gpulburn and Burrowa clubs, and ended after some very spirited play in the defeat of Hue local club by the narrow majority of five. The visitors were naturally very jubilant over their Victory, for to beat the Goulburn club, which had held its own for the last two yeafs against some of the best clubs in the onlonv. was an achievement of which any team might feel justly proud. The team which did battle on Saturday last on behalf of the City of the §o*uth was, however, far indeed from being the best that Goulburn could select First it may be mentioned that Henry Pay ten was missed from his accustomed place behind the wichets, and T. S. Hall and A. Donaldson, who are good players, did not play. To these drawbacks must be added the fact that the fielding of the Goul burn men was not nearly as good as it generally is. The batting on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

{% §uitofoa |ta Is published at ihe Office, Marsden- street , Burrowa, every Saturday morning, in lime for circulation by -isjOT early Mails all over live Colony. ' ' 'v Terms of Subscription -. — When paid in advance for 3 montlis, 5s. ; if looked, Gs. Single copies, fid. AU accounts are rendered quarterly , and prompt settlement is requested. For Advertisements the following are the charges :— For ihe first inch or less of space, 3s. ; for every subse quest inch or less of tlie same advertisement, Is. Gd. A. reduction or twenty five per cent, will be made on all advertisements inserted for three months ; and qf 10 per cent, if inserted for one month. Uehuowa : — Printed ami published by Ososqb Kabon, at the Kens' Office, Uanden-rtreet,

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YOUNG—JANUARY 7, 8.5 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

YOUNG— January 7, 8-5 p.m. The races at Murrumburrah, which took plnce on the 5th and 6lh instant, resulted as follows : — Maiden Plate. Eaglehawlt ? 1 Chancellor ? 2 Town Plate. Premier ? 1 Pearl ? 8 1 Prince of Wales1 Stakes. Stumpy ? 1 Diamond ? 2 Publican? Purse. Pearl walked over for this event. Consolation Stakes. Mademoiselle ? 1 Ajax ? , ? 2 Forced Handicap. Eaglebawk ... ... ... ? 1 Deserter ? ? ? 2 The racing was indifferent. There was a Concert in Murrumburrah on Thursday evening, in aid of the Catholic School and Presbytery Building Fund. It proved a decided success.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

IMPODNDINGS. ' ?CowBir=-:lTnponnded at Cowra, on December 29th, -from Mulyan, by Joseph Ousby : — Grey horse, broken -in, J S B near shoulder, aged, 14£ hands. Dark bay horse, broken-in, like I Y over »-i off shoulder, 15 hands. To be sold on January 20th. Geabben Gullen. — Impounded at Grabben Gullen, on December 30th, from Byalla,T)y Mr. P. Tully :— Bay horse, star, off hind foot white, docked tail, lame, J L near shoulder, broken, aged, 15J hands. Black mare, star, R S near shoulder, 4 years, 15 hands. Bay horse, star, docked tail, off hip down, W S over J H near shoulder, 33 off shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands. Chestnut horse, I F over T near shoulder, aged, 15 hands. ? To be sold on January 20th.

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TREATMENT OF SNAKE-BITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

-. .TiBAm^'opsN^ffiiipraa^f^r The following letter appeared in a late iBBnp of ? the Melbourne Leader j-r^! ':. , *| , ' :., '-r^g^i: .The season forenafes, isnake«torieB,todapBlce-?i bites Jiaving once niore com6; round, perhaps ft few words on /the subject maV hot be^amiss/? especially ,wilh reference ?, to itie taeatmentlot' snake-bites. In a country like;. Aistraliaj'sivhere' there ore so many poisonous «ni&eB, centipedes, scorpions, &c, it becomes the duty of oeveryone to ye on me alert, test Jney mayjiifc bitten tuein selves, or, if need be, they inay$e able ^Wjia^tt^. others who may have Inet with that misfortune. '? I offer jio apology, .therefore, ifo* ?iendibgxyjntu this, feeling convinced that the ^utjject wUf*oih:-# mend itself to everyone. . 1R ; . , ' -^ 7-r: I have before me* Mr. Frank Bnctland'a 'GttH- t. osilies of Natural History,' in which Mie ;gMjeS:a*jjj good deal of useful . infonnatioiil'ftndef -the nead*.^ of _ 'The Cobra. -di Capella,' oiie f...

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LOCAL LAND REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

'; MCA^^ND; JpVENUB. '? . Wj5*iurW ieeniiaySred^ljy W. p E. Wotton, ^Ui'ifil MlowtUg'r*urhv showing the -amounts received^ 4be^ifitowxiliand Office during the quarter endin|^iflt December, 1875 :—. Conditional PurcTiasojs,— V&* V- Deposits- :....^C............ ? W90-. 7 C, ? ;.-'? Balances and deeifees ............ 242 0 ;0 -,.. Interest. ? .^.i.....,.'........ 40 9 0 Selections after Auction ? 138 10 O Deed 4?ee8: ;.........r^;-.;,....».,.,,,... 2 0 0 Pic-Lease Rents, Renewals and Ap plications under 36th clause ? ^ 77 O 9 Timber licenses, Lithographs, &c. ... » 4 10 0 Auction Sales ? 483 11 3 Application under 31st clause ......... 40 0 0 Fines..,, ? 17 5 0 Fees. ? , ? 3 17 0 Licenses granted by Bench ? 217 6 Poundages ? 13 17 9 Sheep Assessment ? 3 0 0 Total ? £2859 5 9 Quarter ended 31st March ? £6808 12 11 Quarter ended 30th June ? £5942 19 0 Quarter ended 30th September ....-..£4738 15 10 Total for the year 1875...... £20,349 13 6

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. REUTER'S TELEGRAMS TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, DECEMBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. EEUTEB'e TELEOBAMS to australian associated piiess', London; December 25. Wheat is unchanged. Burra Copper sold at £89 to £91 10s. ; Walla roo, £90 to £91. There is a limited demand for Australian tin, at £80 to £80 10a. ' New Zealand hemp is quiet; medium sold at 17s. to 18s. Decembeb 30. The Queen has raised Viscount Gordon (Earl of Aberdeen) to a dukedom ; the Earl of Aber gavenny lias been created a Marquis ; Baron Wharncliffe is raised to an earldom ; Sir Hardman Earle has been made an English peer ; Onnsby Gore, H. G. Stuart, John Tollemache, and Sir , ? j Robert Gerard have been made peers. . ''^~3r^ France.— The Assembly has been debating tho^ Press Laws amid stormy scenes. January 1. A French Admiralty circular modifies the in- ? structions with reference to the reception of fugitive slaves on board the Queen's ships. The Times states that Baron Lesseps has agreed to advance £2,000,000 for two years on the Khe dive's original shares in the Suez Canal. T...

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FORESTS AND CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

''~' rOSESIBANC^PlAp Tbat , excellent '-.old proverb ''A switch, in time eaves ninff'1 ispeciUiarlyipplicable'to our forests. We hayejio.law jwuidi.aims at the preservation of our indigenous timber, or at forest conserva tion ; and it is pnly when 'Beyere droughts are ?threatened, or 'the requirements of some extensive feubHc work bring the scarcity of our timber fljrectly tinder notice^ that we '2nd any attention given to a matter that loner ere tbe present time should have received jhe attention of our legis lators. -Ito i Victoria* law has teen passe'd; not only to proleetiyie indigenous timber iroui waste ful use, but 16 replenish the land'with fresh trees. ' South Australia, too, % active in forest conserva tion. There we find a\ Board recently appointed to undertake the entitle management of forest matters. With this vie^ they are to hold in trust all property dedicnted on given up for forest re serve purposes ; they arelto have full power to direct the expenditure of ihe mone...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASES BURROWA DISTRICT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

Conditional Purchases Burrowa District. — At the local Land Office, on Thursday last, me following conditional purchases were made : — Parish of Olnejv- John Hardywan, 100 acres. Parish of Beggan Beggan — Thomas Doukin, 320 acres. Palish of Narallen— Daniel Flannery, 181 acres Parish of Gooramma — George Smith, 100 acres. Parish of Bala— Thomas Wilding, 320 nnvoi ' Pniisiv of 'Rossi— Patrick Stinson. 100 acres. Parish of Rugby— William H. O'Hara, 40 acres. Total area selected, 1161 acres. Births, Deaths, and Marriages registered at Burrowa during the quarter ended 31st December, 1875 :— Births— males, 14 ; females, 26 ;— total, 40. Deaths—males, 8 ; females, 4 ;— total, 12. Marriages, 5. Last week a man named Fraser was thrown out of a cart and killed in the vicinity of Cowra ; and an aged man, named Daniel llogan, was thrown from his horse and killed near Cauowindra. Murrumburbaii Races.— We have been in formed that the race meeting on Wednesday and Thursday last was the most unsat...

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POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

'-??,- POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. 'ABRIfAGAKD DESPATCH OF MAILS. '..? ?.?W?i:' ? '?. ?'?ABittvAiA'-.J' : «^.««i_: ? ?? ^nv^iss$ Tangndngs*bo v 0n4?uesaay, Wed - T^miXoung am? Marengq : OnMonday, Wednes 'a^m^tad and Bye I^jrk: pa Saturday, sat 6 Froin Reid's Flat, via Frogmpre; ,On Monday, at 11-30 a,m, . Departures. ? ?- ForYassand Tangmangaroo': On.Suno'ay, Mon day, Wednesday, and Friday, at .noon. For Young & Marengo : On Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 1 -20 p.m. Far Eye Park and Dalton : On Friday, at 7 a.m. For Reid's Tlat, via Frogmore : On Saturday, at 1-30 pirn. ! ; - . -.-/ - iloHey-ofders issued daily, from 9 a.m. until On Sunday the Office will be open between the hours of 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., for delivery only.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

BE WA B E OF BASE IMITATIONS OF EILEY BEO THEE S' 0B!fi!M£5 BALES, . 'PERSONS In the interior are cautioned against Bending tbeir money to some advertising1 Jk chops, where they trill only receive rubbish in return, after long delay. Messrs. EILEY BROTHERS have sent wrayjnore than ^ 4000 BALES during the past twelve months, and have received upwards of 2000 LETTERS, thanking them for sending Really Good Articles with the greatest promptitude. NOTICE. .Don't be misled by persons now advertising Copies ofjour BaleB, and addingjtwo or three shillings' worth - '?? o£ useless rubbish. NOTICE. Remember, it's better to have even a little of a good article than a great host of rubbish. I;;:.,;-;:;; ; *&- ? £5. '.-.. ..'..'? -&* ? '.?'-??? ©n leceipt «f the above amount, we will at -once send per Mail, reaching any town in the -.-.I I; ;?.'.;, ,??; ?'. :: Colony witiiin six days of receipt of order, the following goods, packed , .' ? '-? ' ?-., .? . securely ia waterproof and...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon—January llth—at 4.28 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Burrowa News — 8 January 1876

, .WEEKLY CALENDAR. Full Moon— January 11th— at 4-28 pirn. 5 S ' 8 S S * ??-.?? ,« a ?g *g- REMARKABLE EVENTS. * fl &'&''' ? ' ' & « R .-Q ? - ' ? ? ? : H. H. H. M. 9 S 1st Sunday after Epiphany. 5 0 7 13 1OI m [lives lost, 18G6 5 17 13 ll! T» Wreck of the 'London,' 220.5 2 7 13 12! W Go.ld first disc, in N.S.W., 1851 5 3|7 J 3 13 Tli The London Times estab., 1715 5, 3 7-13 14 F First Convicts arrived at Botany 5 5 713 J5! § [Bay, 178815 5 7 13

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